Nestled on the banks of the Guadalquivir River between the Alcazar Royal Palace and the Cathedral is Hotel Alfonso XIII, one of Seville's most iconic hotels. This distinctive Mudéjar-style hotel has a historic past, used in the early 20th century as a hotel for royalty, and today is a preferred destination for guests from around the world.
With sweeping arches, decorative brickwork, and ornamental towers, Hotel Alfonso XIII brings the Andalusian, Castilian, Moorish spirit of Seville indoors. Each of the sumptuous rooms are individually designed in both modern and classic Spanish decor, appointed with antique furnishings throughout and spacious baths inlaid with marble floors and local Sevillian tiles. Choose between nine different room categories, from spacious accommodations with views over the gardens or city center, to grand suites with private balconies, living rooms, and enhanced accents of crystal chandeliers and silk linens.
Found in the heart of the hotel, the unforgettable San Fernando restaurant offers modern interpretations of Spanish classics for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Dine on tapas in the Bodega Alfonso, the former personal meeting room of King Alfonso XIII, or sample light bites with Mediterranean flair at the poolside Taifas. A wood-carved ceiling and warm wood bar top accent the American Bar, where the city’s elite gather to indulge in the ample selection of wines and spirits.
There is much to see and do in Seville, a UNESCO-recognized city known as the melting pot of civilizations. Shopping, home-grown restaurants, and Andalusian bars are only a few steps away from the hotel’s doors. A dedicated concierge staff is happy to make special arrangements for guests who want to discover some of the city’s secrets.Request Information